3401 SW 11th St Lawton, OK 73501

(580) 353-4869

Thursday, 06:59 PM CST - November 26th, 2015

Welcome to Lawton - Ft. Sill

We Can Get You There!

The Lawton - Ft. Sill Regional Airport has served the Southwestern Oklahoma region since 1950. It is one of our major transportation resources, bringing people and business to and from Southwest Oklahoma.

This website is designed to assist you with your air travel plans. We have included the most current information regarding commercial air service, as well as general aviation services available at the Lawton - Ft Sill Regional Airport (LAW). We hope that you will continue to visit this site for the latest information.

Remember that you are required to check in 90 minutes prior for domestic flights.
The terminal is open ninety minutes before the first flight and closed an hour after
the last flight. Please review the  3-1-1 rule  for carry-on baggage.

To contact the local TSA office you can call 1(580) 591-0001.
For more information concerning Airport Security please visit www.tsa.gov.


Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport now has TSA PreCheck.


Please remember the "3-1-1" rule
when packing personal toiletries in your carry-on baggage:

Liquids, gels and pastes in bottles or tubes no more than 3 fluid oz. in size, packaged into a 1 quart clear plastic ziplock type bag and only 1 carry on allowed per passenger.

For additional information on what can and cannot be carried aboard U.S. airliners, please go to the TSA website.

Airport Advisory

U.S. Department of State issues Travel Alert.

The State Department alerts U.S. citizens to possible risks of travel due to increased terrorist threats. Current information suggests that ISIL (aka Da’esh), al-Qa’ida, Boko Haram, and other terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions.  These attacks may employ a wide variety of tactics, using conventional and non-conventional weapons and targeting both official and private interests.  This Travel Alert expires on February 24, 2016.

Authorities believe the likelihood of terror attacks will continue as members of ISIL/Da’esh return from Syria and Iraq.  Additionally, there is a continuing threat from unaffiliated persons planning attacks inspired by major terrorist organizations but conducted on an individual basis.  Extremists have targeted large sporting events, theatres, open markets, and aviation services.  In the past year, there have been multiple attacks in France, Nigeria, Denmark, Turkey, and Mali.  ISIL/Da’esh has claimed responsibility for the bombing of a Russian airliner in Egypt. 

U.S. citizens should exercise vigilance when in public places or using transportation.  Be aware of immediate surroundings and avoid large crowds or crowed places.  Exercise particular caution during the holiday season and at holiday festivals or events.  U.S. citizens should monitor media and local information sources and factor updated information into personal travel plans and activities.  Persons with specific safety concerns should contact local law enforcement authorities who are responsible for the safety and security of all visitors to their host country.  U.S. citizens should:

Follow the instructions of local authorities.  Monitor media and local information sources and factor updated information into personal travel plans and activities.  Be prepared for additional security screening and unexpected disruptions.Stay in touch with your family members and ensure they know how to reach you in the event of an emergency.Register in our Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP).

Foreign governments have taken action to guard against terrorist attacks, and some have made official declarations regarding heightened threat conditions.  Authorities continue to conduct raids and disrupt terror plots.  We continue to work closely with our allies on the threat from international terrorism.  Information is routinely shared between the United States and our key partners in order to disrupt terrorist plotting, identify and take action against potential operatives, and strengthen our defenses against potential threats.

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